Informed consent is the process of learning and understanding about the clinical trial before deciding whether you want to participate. At the screening (first) visit, you will be given an informed consent form to read. It explains the purpose and length of the study, what the study drug is, what procedures will be performed, and potential risks and benefits. After you are done reading, a member of the study team will discuss it with you, and you will be encouraged to ask questions. After all questions have been answered, you have the opportunity to decide whether or not you would like to sign the form and participate in the study. The ICF is not a contract; you are able to revoke your consent at any time and for any reason.